I am 6'4", 190 lbs and wear a size 15 shoe. You can fit in a lot of boats, you simply need to decide what type of boat you want.
As far as the suggestions given, here's what I think:
The RPM is outdated crap, and because it's narrow and shallow you'll have a harder time fitting in it than many smaller playboats.
The Honcho is WAY to big for you, you'll float around in that thing. It's made for those pushing well over 200 lbs.
I've paddled for 7 years and sold whitewater boats for 5. Try these boats for different paddling types:
Dagger Outlaw (instead of Honcho) for all-around fun...it's not being made anymore but you can find them used. Also try the G-Ride.
Dagger G-Force 6.3, SuperEgo, or Kingpin for playboating. The SuperEgo is an awesome boat and will fit you fine.
Dagger CFS or the newer Nomad for creeking. I loved the CFS and the Nomad is slightly improved over the older CFS design. Also the LiquidLogic Huck will work nicely.
I've named a lot of Dagger boats because their designs always seemed to fit me much better than Perception, WaveSport, Riot, Necky, or anyone else for that matter. However, LiquidLogic makes some really nice boats and I would check those out as well. Just remember, you are supposed to be tight in your boat, and for a playboat you'll have to sacrifice a bit of comfort for performance. Your creek boat should be snug but easy to exit in an emergency and comfy enough to paddle all day.
Good luck and try out a lot of boats before you buy. Also remember that guys like us with long legs and large feet will never be able to use factory footpegs or bulkheads, just remove them and make your own with some minicell foam. Have fun and I hope this helps!