I like the pose and the shape you gave it, especially you managed to make the arms look not like whimpy rudimentary appendages but rather a serious predatory apparatus. Just the tail seems a tad too long.
This was originally a suggestion from from Cau, establishing it as a basal coelurosaur (in the same tree that also showed megalosauroids as the sister group of allosauria, not avetheropoda), but a few people are perpetuating it and blowing it out of proportion (keeping in mind that moron on youtube who had to make a video just to say she didn't like Dinosaurs to be feathered because it wasn't cool). The specimen shows many megalosaurian traits, and even more non-coelurosaurian ones. And if at all, most coelurosaurs exhibit progenesis, eg. in their slender proportions, small skulls, small adult size, not recapitulation of basal tetanuran traits.
I hence wouldn't give too much weight to this single analysis, after all it's obvious how taxa's positions in phylogenies can fluctuate within short time.
And I think great weight should only be given to those phylogenies that prove reasonably stable throughout several analyses, like the positions of allosauria, maniraptora or tetanurae. That Sciurumimus is a Megalosauroid is a very big probability based on the given data, even tough I prefer to see it further tested in subsequent publications.