Now I know I am picking and choosing here because if everyone stays, the scholarship situation wouldn't work out like this, as not all of these players would have likely come here, but it's my list.
For all of the great things that Nic Wise has done for the Wildcats, he likely would have not turned into the player that he is today. He would have been a great backup point guard behind Jennings and been a solid role player for Arizona.
Momo Jones and Kyle Fogg would have been the other guards on the squad. Momo would have learned from some of the best guards in the NCAA while keeping the bench warm. Fogg would have provided some great spot minutes for the Cats and would provided some shooting off the bench for the Cats.
Jamelle Horne, Solomon Hill, and Kevin Parrom would be the backup forwards and bring something different.
Horne's athleticism would have given him the most minutes. He is a streaky player. When his streak is on, he is a good player; when it is off, he would see the bench like he has this season.
Hill is a versatile player who can do a little bit of everything and has shown flashes of being good this season.
Parrom's forte has been defense, and while he seems to be getting the rap of a dirty player, he isn't. He plays tough, but on this team he wouldn't have played much.
The backup centers would be Jeff Withey and Kyryl Natyazhko. Withey is riding the bench for Kansas now, transferring after Lute Olson retired. He would have been able to watch and learn from playing Jordan Hill in practice. He would have spelled Hill and been a nice sub off the bench.
Natyazhko would have likely redshirted on this team.