It is true that Suffolk graduates a ton of folks, they have maybe 1700 students in that school, whom you would be competing against for jobs when you get out. In which city are you hoping to get a job after graduation?
Do not get caught up in the rankings, when you are dealing with tier 2,3,4 schools it really does not matter. The only question you should ask yourself is what city you want to live in. Suffolk will open doors in Boston and Hofstra will open doors in New York. No employer is really going to care whether you went to the 99th or 114th best school. Both are fine schools, but the odds are about 90% that if you go to Suffolk you will end up working in Boston and if you go to Hofstra you will end up working in New York.