For close to 300 Mbps, routers for consideration include the 7200VXR with NPE-G2 (boarderline?), the 7304 with NSE-150, or the ASR 1002 with ESP5.
Any small L3 switch should be able to easily forward 300 Mbps, even the 8 port 3560 which can run BGP. But, as Narayan notes, concern would be dealing with the number of routes. Beside volume limitations, there's routing's control plane processing impact, e.g. BGP table scan. Also, the small L3 switches tend to be offer fewer IOS features than routers, especially LAN oriented switches.
If the 4900M is suitable, so might be the 4948 (as Narayan also suggests). In addition to the 3750 Metro, you could also consider the 3560,3750,3560-E,3750-E and other Metro switches, e.g. ME 6500, ME 4900.
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