Uhhh, none? Out of the three, I'd go with Utah or Whistler. Jackson will have some terrain open, but unless it's a super snowy early season, I'm sure it'll be limited at best. That is one rocky resort without a doubt. Whistler has seen some great early seasons in the past few years. Utah could have a lot of man made snow but they also do get some huge snowfalls around then. So conditions could be decent.
I'd say Colorado is your best bet that time of year, but it can suffer from the same problems too. Snow making systems at most of the front range resorts are some of the best in the States. So at least you would have park/pipe action by then.
No matter where you go it's a bit of a gamble. Mid to late January is a better time to go, to any of those places.