There really isn't a huge difference between most of the schools you've listed, in terms of rank/prestige/job prospects/etc. Drexel's sort of a wild card because it's not ranked yet and there's no employment data, but it'll probably end up as a T2. I'd say you should stay away from Widener, but everywhere else is probably equal enough that you should just go to whoever gives you the most money and/or whatever school you visit and would just feel most comfortable attending. Naturally if you're looking to stay in South Jersey, Rutgers-Camden and the Philly schools are better than PSU or Pittsburgh just because they're closer. Seton Hall also probably carries more weight in Jersey than it would anywhere else.