The one with the 10k pull up on the gate will be unutterably slow to turn off, completely no-go for PWM
The one with the 1k gate resistor to each of 3 MOSFETs is too slow
The one with 150 ohm gate resistor has a hope of working - but is likely to be far too hot, since the
switching losses will be large at 37kHz. That FET has a gate charge of 140nC that needs charging
and discharging every switch transisition - 150 ohms will not let enough current through to do that.
The one with the push-pull BJT gate driver is mangled, the PNP transistor is drawn upside down. Fix that
and change the gate resistor from 100 to 5 or 10 or so and that's likely to work well I think.
Better still get a MIC4422 or similar gate driver chip with lots(several µF) of ceramic decoupling on its rails, that
will drive the 30nF effective load that the MOSFET gate presents. You are looking to push and pull current spikes of the magnitude of 0.5A or more for good fast switching in this kind of gate driving circuit.
You don't need more than one MOSFET, that device has an on-resistance of 0.006 ohms.