The full-back had to go off early during the win over Wales earlier this month and didn’t return after failing a head injury assessment. Hogg took part as Scotland trained at the Oriam on Wednesday and is in contention for selection for the game at the Stade de France.
Gregor Townsend, the Scotland head coach, will name his team on Friday morning and there are understood to be no fresh injury concerns.
If he plays, Hogg will win his 99th Scotland cap on Sunday in Paris. He was replaced in the 13th minute of the Wales game by Blair Kinghorn who scored a second-half try in the 35-7 win at Murrayfield.
The bonus-point victory combined with the bonus win over England on the opening weekend means Scotland have a maximum 10 points from the first two rounds of the Guinness Six Nations. Ireland are the only other side to match that haul.