Assuming this post is by a real person, I would say it depends on what you value. I'm starting my fifth year of grad school at Stanford. It's a very unique place. There's definitely an attitude that everyone here is the most talented ever. And while there are students that are on another level of intellect here, there are also plenty that have over-inflated egos and think their expertise applies to things far outside of their specific field.
Also, it's crazy to even have to consider this, but you may also want to try to guess when the pandemic will be considered under control. Stanford will be among the last schools in the country to return to normal, and Covid restrictions were quite miserable here and over the top during the 2020-2021 academic year. For example, the wrestling team was practicing outdoors to try to prevent the spread of covid. Non-athletes were isolated if they were on campus. It was also a little unnerving to see how quick they were to drop 11 varsity sports last year with 0 prior hint that they would do that. Hopefully, there's trust among athletes now that their sport won't be unexpectedly cut.
In normal times though, yeah Stanford will set you up well career-wise. That's just one of the benefits of going here. Seems like a lot of students get internships in the summers; normally, those aren't necessarily easy to come by for college students.
If you value running most, NAU needs some serious attention. That area of Arizona is beautiful, looks to be tons of trails, you'd be around several current pro runners, and you're likely to be in the conversation for XC championships every year. There aren't too many pro runners in the Bay Area that I'm aware of; granted, a few of the current runners on Stanford's team will almost certainly be running professionally within a few years, and there are some excellent recent alumni. Same could be said about NAU's team though too I suppose. But yeah, I don't know, honestly you're going to hear great and horrible things about each school from anonymous people on an online message board.