No chance of changing names: Ferrari, Alpine, Aston Martin, McLaren, Red Bull, Alpha Tauri or Williams (The 'Williams' brand name is about the only thing of value Dorilton got in that deal).
Slim chance of a name change: Mercedes rebrands to Ineos or AMG. Ineos are now equal part-owners (three-way between Daimler, Ineos and Toto) and Mercedes have pushed the AMG brand by pasting it all over the car.
Likely candidates: Alfa Romeo or Haas.
This is the final year of Alfa's deal with Sauber and there was a big development in the motoring world as PSA and FCA merged earlier in the year as 'Stellantis'. Alfa falls under the FCA banner, but there is a possibility that one of the other PSA/FCA brands with racing pedigree are used (Peugeot, Maserati, Abarth) or they may call the team 'Stellantis' in deference to the new company.
Haas could very well be bought out by Papa Mazepin, leading to a name change. I don't think Gene Haas is long for F1 while his team circulates around at the back amid bad publicity.
Agreed with your list. I think that 'Stellantis' would be the least likely name to use though, if they keep up the sponsorship. Much more likely to use one of their brands.
Sauber could even have a completely new sponsor for next season.