Lots of good boats that will work for you. My advice is that you test drive a bunch of them then decide for yourself.
Or at least sit in them. I'm 6'3" and have had problems in some boats. For me low consoles have been more a problem than being too short. My first experience was a used boat I bought without test driving. Got it home and next day was cleaning it up and fixing to get it organized. I went to check out the hot foot and my legs wouldn't fit under console or barely anyhow. Put it up for sale the following day. Owned that boat for less than 72 hours LOL. Its not the time of year for boat shows, but they are great to sit in a bunch of boats in a short period of time.
In recent years, I've had a Bass Cat Puma/Cougar, Charger 496, Champion/Charger 210. They all have more than enough leg room. You also have to define fast because all the 20's with a 250 will be fast. I currently have a Charger 496 and it is as smooth as a bass boat gets, but top speed is 74. Now 100% of the people I fish with think that is too fast, but in the world of bass fishing that is average at best. My Puma was much faster, but conditions had to be right and you had to drive it so 80% + of the time in Texas that extra speed was not attainable that day. But if you want 'really fast' and smooth, then the Bass Cat Puma or Cougar will be hard to beat. These are not the only choices you'll have but ones I personally can vouch for in recent years.