EAST RUTHERFORD - Tom Coughlin doesn't forget his alma mater when the NFL Draft rolls around.The Giants head coach proved it again last week with the surprise selection of Syracuse defensive lineman Jason Bromley with his third round pick, the 74th of the draft.The Giants took Syracuse offensive tasckle Justin Pugh with their first pick a year ago, and he started every game and made the NFL All-Rookie team. The selected Orange quarterback Ryan Nassib who spent the season with the Giants' reserves, three rounds later."Bromley went to a great school, played defensive tackle and had 10 sacks, which is really interesting when you stop and think he's a kid playing basically a three technique (defensive tackle) who has 10 sacks," said Coughlin, a running back for the Orange (1965-67) who played in the same backfield with NFL Hall of Famer Floyd Little and ex-Giant Larry Csonka."I thought they were joking when I got the call," said Bromley, who was with the Giants draft picks and rookie signings this week at rookie camp. "Imagine, my home team, my favorite team, Big Blue."The call was a total surprise because Bromley thought he wouldn't go until a later round.Giants general manager Jerry Reese has high hopes for Bromley, who grew up with his grandmother in Flushing, Queens, where he was on the verge of quitting school and taking to the streets.Now he's on his wway to the NFL with a promising future ahead of him."He's big, has got two-gap ability, can stand in there and hold the point of attack," Reese said after the draft. "He has speed, ran 4.9 at the combine and can get up the field and finish on the quarterback.